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Carlos Buby

Carlos Buby

Carlos Buby


Brazilian singer and composer Carlos Buby launches new CD “Terra de Deus Repentista” at show in São Paulo’s SESC Pompeia A praise to the bravery of Brazilian northeastern cowboys and the human liberation from prejudice, in a CD with 15 original songs Batoke recording company (www.batoke.com.br) promoted along with São Paulo's SESC Pompeia’s project “Trovas e Canções”, the launch of Brazilian composer Carloss Buby’s album “Terra de Deus Repentista”. Read more on Last.fm
Brazilian singer and composer Carlos Buby launches new CD “Terra de Deus Repentista” at show in São Paulo’s SESC Pompeia A praise to the bravery of Brazilian northeastern cowboys and the human liberation from prejudice, in a CD with 15 original songs Batoke recording company (www.batoke.com.br) promoted along with São Paulo's SESC Pompeia’s project “Trovas e Canções”, the launch of Brazilian composer Carloss Buby’s album “Terra de Deus Repentista”. The show who was attended by more than 600 people, represented a come back for Carlos Buby, who started his artistic career in the 60s and interrupted it to dedicate himself to his spiritual vocation in the Afro-Brazilian tradition of Umbanda. At the time, he won the first Brazilian Music Intercollege festival, in São Paulo, with a song called ‘Where is God who doesn’t see.” The song was never recorded as it was immediately censored by the military regime. Inspired by the contrasts of Brazil, Buby dedicates his new album to awareness about prejudice and intolerance.

The album is the portrait of an artist who has been exposed early to life challenges. Even if he left his hometown in Alagoas, (northeast of Brazil) as a young boy, he never forgot the problems and feelings of his native land. Many of his songs address social differences. “I can still not adapt to so much injustice in Brazil and in the world such as hunger in the northeast of the country and infant mortality due to lack of resources as well as so many other situations, like religious intolerance.

I cannot understand why people don’t react to revert this situation, says Buby.” The song that gave its name to the CD was inspired in the courage of the northeastern cowboys. “I want to pay homage to these “men of leather” who survive the drought of insensitive hearts, in an arid land that God improvised before he concluded the Creation. Their solitary calls are laments that will never be deciphered by human indifference,” affirms Buby. Produced by maestro Mario Campanha, “Terra de Deus Repentista” is the result of a rich mixture that reveals a vibrant Brazilian popular music, with a touch of Afro-Brazilian rhythm that ranges in styles from xote to baião, baladas, and sambas.

The song “Feiticeiro Negro” reveals the prejudice against afro-Brazilian religion practitioners and calls for a change, so humans can leave behind the state of indifference they have adopted, even in the face of so many contrasts. Feiticeiro Negro’s vídeo clip already received some 15 thousand visits in its youtube site, in only two months (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TPwuTd5069I). Other songs of the album also shed light over critical themes. “Das Dores” claims the respect to feminine sensibility and “Dono das Matas” points to the importance of the conservation of nature. Read more on Last.fm.

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